Economic Dispatch Using Modified Bat Algorithm
AbstractEconomic dispatch is an important non-linear optimization task in power systems. In this process, the total power demand is distributed amongst the generating units such that each unit satisfies its generation limit constraints and the cost of power production is minimized. This paper presents an over view of three optimization algorithms namely real coded genetic algorithm, particle swarm optimization and a relatively new optimization technique called bat algorithm. This study will further propose modifications to the original bat. Simulations are carried out for two test cases. First is a six-generator power system with a simplified convex objective function. The second test case is a five-generator system with a non-convex objective function. Finally the results of the modified algorithm are compared with the results of genetic algorithm, particle swarm and the original bat algorithm. The results demonstrate the improvement in the Bat Algorithm. View Full-Text
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Latif, A.; Palensky, P. Economic Dispatch Using Modified Bat Algorithm. Algorithms 2014, 7, 328-338.
Latif A, Palensky P. Economic Dispatch Using Modified Bat Algorithm. Algorithms. 2014; 7(3):328-338.Chicago/Turabian Style
Latif, Aadil; Palensky, Peter. 2014. "Economic Dispatch Using Modified Bat Algorithm." Algorithms 7, no. 3: 328-338.